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The Mid-Atlantic region is rich in historic American destinations. Starting in New York State and working south through Pennsylvania, Delaware, Maryland and Virginia, antique lovers will find a nearly unlimited supply of antique purveyors, as well as historic landmarks such as Independence Hall, Annapolis and Mount Vernon.


Richmond, VA

Heading up interstate 95 for New England this summer? Antiquing on the way? Then a stop in the capital of the Commonwealth is required! Richmond, Virginia, originally established by Francis West in 1609, was laid out by William Byrd II in 1737. The capital of the Confederacy in 1861 is now, a hip, friendly, modern city that welcomes visitors from around the world. It’s easy to get around, and accommodations can be inexpensive. First stop, the State Capitol  More »

Virginia's Hunt Country

Also known as Hunt County, Loudoun was first settled in the early 18th century and is a place painted with rolling hills and charming stone houses. Also associated with this area is horseback riding, and fox hunts, introduced from England in 1748; the tradition continues to this day. Loudoun County is home to 24 antiques stores, a majority of them located in Leesburg, Middleburg, Hamilton, Purcellville, and Lovettsville. In these shops you’ll find items that range from shabby chic to  More »